Mid-South CC is a public college located in West Memphis, Arkansas in the Memphis Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 530 undergraduate students. The Mid-South CC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Welding, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Nursing Assistant. Graduating 17% of students, Mid-South CC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,400.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.19 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.15 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.15 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities79 Graduates
Nursing Assistant57 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics44 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician43 Graduates
Restaurant and Food Services Management33 Graduates
Cinematography and Video Production32 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)28 Graduates
Computer Installation and Repair16 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Mid-South Community College Reviews
Mid-South is a great starting point for students who aren't really ready to go to a four year. Its a small but well kept campus. While I have had my run in with difficult instructors in my two years, for the most part they are very helpful and are there to their job. I've had one instructor go the extra mile for me to help me graduate on time. ASU is fairly diverse for its location including age and race, you will find yourself in classes with people from every walk of life, very refreshing. Since this is a community college is a smaller town, there isn't much of party scene especially since we don't have dorms. We do have a pretty awesome winning basketball team. Safety is also a good think, we have a security officer who is always on patrol, making the campus feel just that much safer.
I wanted to leave a good review for this school because it doesn't get nearly enough credit. I love all my instructors; they know me by name and I still get to see them roaming the hallways and we converse. I would say I have more friends in faculty than with students! Each classroom has a family-like environment-- give it a week or two after classes start, and you'll find yourself talking with every student in the class at some point. The teachers genuinely care about you and your education, and the tutors are great people who are amazingly smart. I hate to leave them after I graduate with my Gen Eds, but I wouldn't have traded this experience for anything. I went to college immediately after high school and for the first time, I feel like I'm actually learning. People here like to get the Pell Grant and leave-- tarnishing the statistics for the school. Don't let the drop out rate fool you- the real students work hard and are intelligent.
My experience with Mid-South Community College was average. I was glad to have small classes and strong relationships with my teachers, but that is a given with a community college. There isn't very much involvement as far as clubs go. I think there should also be more academic opportunities.